God’s Little Brother

God’s Little Brother is the memoir of a White Sikh. After dedicating thirty years to Yogi Bhajan, the author leaves this American, spiritual community in an attempt to find true Sikhism in India. This book describes the personality cult around Bhajan, his inspiring form of yoga, and the leader’s alleged fraudulent practices. Following Bhajan’s death in 2004, the author, feeling lost, travels to India, where he gets thrown in prison under mysterious circumstances. Indian authorities keep him in legal limbo, while the author learns his spiritual community has turned against him. Finally, he plans a daring escape through Nepal. This action-packed memoir describes in detail the seamier side of both India and a powerful American cult. The book is not available to the general public.